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Please read the links below, directly from the new General Motors Inc and the old Motors Liquidation Company.
Point 1, from GM:
"General Motors Company (the "new GM") currently has no publicly traded securities. Please note that NONE of the publicly owned stocks or bonds issued by the former General Motors Corporation (now renamed "Motors Liquidation Company"), including its common stock currently traded on the Pink Sheets over-the-counter market under the ticker symbol "MTLQQ", are or will become securities of General Motors Company, which is an independent separate company."
Point 2 from Motors Liquidation:
"Management continues to remind investors of its strong belief that there will be NO value for the common stockholders in the bankruptcy liquidation process, even under the most optimistic of scenarios. "
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Like most questions this seems to be over complicating things. An ETC is just like an ETF and just like any other share traded on the stock exchange. If Interactive is a half decent broker then you trade ETCs just like any other stock. Same commission etc. Although, obviously no stamp duty.
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There are two ways to measure who is a good futures broker those are to see their customer seg required, and their net assets.
Then you want to know how they are wired into the CME, for instance the company I use is MF Global and the Man Pro Software which for many professional traders the preferred platform. There a million of retail platforms out there, but the speed of execution on Man Pro is the fastest. Some of the retail platforms are Ninja Trader, Tradestation, Schwab, the list goes on forever.
The first step is to do that, then you want to check the NFA for how many regulatory actions against them.
The link for the net capital from the CFTC is here
Also, you want a commodities broker or introductory broker that provides you with information that is relevant to your trading.
I use HL Camp & Company you can check them out on the NFA they are licensed and have no actions agaisnt them. Also, you can ask them directly to see the quality of their work and research which is very highly rated as they are quoted all the time on the Wall Street Journal like this article from Tuesday of this week:
Interactive Brokers is an ok futures broker, but they are known for Options more than anything. Man Financial or MF Global now is directly on the CME and your buy and sell orders are executed instantly.
The other option that for some institutional traders that could be superior to MF Global is with Goldman Sachs & Co but to have an account with them you need $2,000,000; while MF Global you could open an account with as little as $10,000 or so to trade one contract ($5625) and have enough for margin.
Aside from that you need to learn what indicators and information is needed to properly trade the ES contract. There are many data vendors, and before I learned which ones are useful I made a lot of mistakes, and if it wasn't for the people HL Camp & Co I would still be trading without indicators, using Elliot Wave, and Fibonacci Numbers which are all total b.s.
I would talk to them they are very helpful and will guide you in the right direction here is their website
Here is an article from Investopedia that I found helpful in learning about the driving force of the market Program Trading specifically the S&P and in turn the ES contract.
Also, if you would like to email someone direct rather than their info email you could contact he was very helpful when I started trading using their method and he facilitated a lot of information to help me make the decision on using their services, and attending their seminars.
Which I am glad I did.
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No and neither.
It is a weak company in a weak market and it is over priced by any reasonable measure of value....even assuming that the market in shares calms back down below the opening madness this week.
(That would be typical...a massive open with a surge significantly above the offer price in the first few trading days...then a drop back to close to the offer price in the following weeks once everyone who really wants to own it does)
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It's not known exactly when the IPO is going to come out and how much it will cost for a share.
First thing you need to do is open a brokerage account. There are plenty of online brokerages. I have an account on. You can start with any amount, but it's best to start with at least a few hundred. The you need to wait for the IPO which might be a couple months from now.
In the mean time read books on long term investing.
Books by Peter Lynch, or Warren Buffet are good books in this area.
The answer is 5-1/8%. On an ARM you take the current index rate (in this case T-bill) and add the margin to it . 3-1/8 + 2 = 5-1/8%. The current rate is immaterial as long as the index increase does not exceed the 1% annual cap. The /5 indicates a 5% cap lifetime maximum.
I have not used IB so I do not know their system. Most of the answers to your questions are available through their web site including commission fees. They have two online systems to buy through which you may activate when you become a client. Many brokers offer free trades. Zecco.com gives 10 free trades a month. TDameritrade offers free trades to new clients. It is common to pay $7 to $10 US for a trade, but brokers can set different commissions.